If the United States is serious about democracy promotion in Egypt, talks with the Muslim Brotherhood is an important, albeit risky, move, argues Matthew Duss.
Matthew Duss and Peter Juul look at the human, financial, and strategic costs of the U.S. intervention in Iraq as the last of our troops pull out.
Matthew Duss explains why diplomacy remains the most effective way to protect the United States and strengthen international resolve toward changing Iran's behavior and constraining its nuclear development.
Matthew Duss says the International Atomic Energy Agency report on Iran’s nuclear ambitions should strengthen international resolve.
Matthew Duss documents the Obama administration’s successful international engagement on Iran and how the failed assassination plot illustrates the rogue state’s frailty.
Matthew Duss rebukes attacks in the National Review on the Center for American Progress's paper documenting right-wing fearmongering.
Matthew Duss examines the ramifications of charges that Iran is behind a recent assassination attempt on the Saudi ambassador to the United States.
Matt Duss on the benefits of negotiations with Iran.
Matthew Duss reports on public opinion in Palestine on the leadership’s push for membership at the United Nations.
Issue Brief Matthew Duss and Alyse Prawde outline the Palestinian push for U.N. membership, what that process entails, the likely results of a U.N. vote, and the major players involved in this issue.
Matthew Duss explains in the Near East Quarterly that the Israel-Palestine conflict is still a big issue in the region despite the ongoing revolutions.
Matthew Duss on the flaws of Iran's "martyr state" myth.
The Obama administration’s calibrated pressure on the embattled dictator is drawing regional allies into the effort to help the Syrian people.
An radio interview with Matthew Duss on the uproar over Sharia law.